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Don Helmich, Mount Sopris Conservation District board supervisor, presented Nan and David Kelly, who live at 1022 County Road 112 in Carbondale, with a Small Acreage Award for outstanding land stewardship. The Kellys have been active in making conservation decisions about their land over the last seven years, and have attended the Quality Living On Your Rural Land classes each year to learn about soil, water, plant and animal resources on their land, offered by Mount Sopris Conservation District and Natural Resources Conservation Service. They have been very deliberate in analyzing the resources they own, including water rights and delivery system. They considered the soils productivity in determining how to best manage the grass production for hay production and grazing, and control weeds on their property.Mount Sopris Conservation District and Natural Resources Conservation Service commend David and Nan Kelly for their continuing conservation efforts.

Roger Bath, owner of the highly successful, Roaring Fork Valley Homes & Land franchise, received the companys award for Magazine of the Quarter. Each quarter, more than 300 magazines are reviewed, and one is selected to receive the award. The reviewers look at magazines with consistently good looking covers, excellent photography throughout, exceptional personal branding ads, clean multiple listing layouts, originality in ad design and the overall aesthetics.Homes & Land can be contacted at (850) 575-0189, ext. 2146.

In conjunction with KMTSs segment on carbon monoxide, Indoor Air donated 2 KIDDE Nighthawk carbon monoxide alarms to Chera Kearns and Greg Sandlin. Those wishing to purchase a carbon monoxide alarm may contact Indoor Air, the Local Trane Dealer, at 947-9077.

GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce named Williams Production RMT as the Business of the Year at the chambers annual awards banquet on Jan. 30 in Grand Junction.Williams is the 13th largest natural gas producer in the United States and has a strong presence in western Colorado and in Garfield County.Williams district manager Steve Soychak accepted the award on behalf of the company.This is a wonderful recognition for Williams, Soychak said. But really, this award is more about our people.Soychak added that Williams employees often volunteer in schools, churches, fire departments and in local charities and that they are the heart of Williams.Williams spokeswoman Susan Alvillar said the company received a standing ovation from more than 700 people in attendance.The company received a trophy of an Eagle spreading its wings.

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